News and Articles About Election 2012
When it comes to regulations, small businesses may feel the sting the most. Here, we parse how each of the candidates might alleviate those pressures.
How the presidential candidates view the Small Business Administration, the 59-year-old federal agency serving America's entrepreneurs.
It's a battle between carriers and internet companies with important economic implications. And the presidential candidates see it very differently.
With the Presidential election nearing, we break down the candidates' stance on small-business contracting and how they plan to invest -- or not invest -- future federal dollars.
Neither candidate has said much about what they would do to help small businesses get the funding they need to run their business.
As paying for health care remains one of small-business owners' biggest burdens, we look at how the candidates would trim costs and tackle reform.
The Presidential candidates have been stumping for tax reform on the campaign trail, laying out two different approaches. Here's a comparison.
Entrepreneurs can learn a lot from Ann Romney, Bill Clinton, Michelle Obama and even Clint Eastwood about what to do (or not do) when standing in the spotlight.
With the Presidential election just around the corner, we break down the candidates' stance on small business, jobs and the economy.
Obama, like Romney, also mentions Steve Jobs in speech -- but as example of what one can become, given the opportunity.
The President says that everybody present when he made his now controversial comment understood what he meant.
Small-business owners were front and center in Tampa, Fla., this week.
At the Republican National Convention, Sher Valenzuela stirs more controversy over the role of government in supporting small-business owners.
Members of 'Internet 2012' will hit the road next month to spread the word about bills they say could threaten free sharing of information online.
President Obama and Mitt Romney frequently suggest they're in touch with America's small enterprises. But often, they display a disconnect, Kelly K. Spors writes.
The 2012 Presidential election is the first one where people are tethered to their smartphones, and this fact hasn't gone unnoticed by scores of app makers.
Entrepreneurs in Charlotte, N.C., and Tampa are hoping for a boost as Republicans and Democrats gather for the political season's big events.
High-tech political junkies are finding new ways to reach voters.
A new generation of pollsters is taking advantage of social media to analyze and aggregate public opinion of candidates.
As the Presidential campaign takes center stage, here's a look at the issues entrepreneurs care about the most.
In choosing the conservative Congressman from Wisconsin, Mitt Romney makes a bold choice. But is it a good one?
Is a background in business essential to running the country? Here are several former presidents who transitioned from the boardroom to the Oval Office.
Why success in the private sector doesn't necessarily translate into an effective leadership.
Small-business owners overwhelmingly favor Mitt Romney over Barack Obama in the 2012 presidential election. Here are seven reasons why.
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